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Girls’ Basketball

Williams scores 26 to lead No. 1 Clovis past Cibola

CLOVIS – Senior guard Danni Williams had a game-high 26 points Friday night, leading the No. 1-ranked Clovis girls basketball team to a 55-49 victory over visiting Cibola in the Wildcats’ home opener.

Santa Fe Waldorf’s Sophie Linett, left, grabs a rebound in front of Desert Academy’s Cassidy Logan during a game earlier this month. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

Prep Basketball Preview 2A, 1A Girls

Run and gun will be the name of the game for the area girls in 2A and 1A as height is decidedly absent from the rosters.

Santa Fe Prep senior Alexis Mundt, front, with ball, joins her team in a contest against Estancia earlier this month. (Iain Woessner/Mountain View Telegraph)

3A Girls Basketball Preview

With some shifting of teams within districts, there will be a new look to the standings among girls Class 3A schools in the area.

Santa Fe Indian School’s Kayla Joe, left, steals the ball from Taos’ Elena Espinoza during a game last year. Both girls are returning this season as starters for their teams. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

4A Girls basketball preview

When opponents venture north, they know they are in for a run-and-gun battle for 32 minutes.

Cibola's Kristin Dearth, 24, shoots as La Cueva's  Alyssa Yocky, 31, defends during the quarterfinal Girls 5A game in the Santa Ana Star Center on Tuesday, March 11, 2014. 
Greg Sorber/Albuquerque Journal)

Metro-area girls basketball preview

METRO-AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL CAPSULES ALBUQUERQUE ACADEMY CHARGERS Coach: Taryn Bachis (4th year) Last season: 6-19 Key players: Jordan Cabarrus, 5-5,… more »